Happy Thanksgiving to all. Thanksgiving was begun to give thanks for the survival of colonists of the “new world,” the future United States of America.
There is no reason, friends, to quibble over the celebration of the nation’s first Thanksgiving. No matter what revelers have spouted for years over the Mayflower landing in Yankee land, the lordly bounty at Plymouth was two years and 17 days late.
The newly minted Democrat majority on the Frederick County Council will have many things to rubber stamp now that County Executive Jan Gardner won her reelection bid.
Again, I’m stepping into dangerous areas. In no way do I support the global warming boondoggle so popular these days. Tell a lie often enough and it becomes folk lore.
I’ve seen a lot of things, from the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, to a woman with her head on backwards after a car accident, to General Dien Bien Phu shooting a prisoner in the head in Hanoi, Vietnam, as shown on the evening news here in the United States.
The loonies are at serious work, most certainly, in the land we call the United States of America. It is all a power game and sickening. All out hatred grows daily.
As the dust settled from Maryland's general election last Tuesday, something very concerning happened. Gov. Larry Hogan was re-elected, but Frederick's own Hogan Team and many other GOP candidates across the state were soundly defeated by Hogan supporting Democrats.